Thanks to the following for getting involved and a pantomime boo and hiss to those who didn’t 😉

Firstly, all the artists who submitted work and especially those we worked with on the summer exhibition. Without them, it would have been a very minimal exhibition.


Click to visit the college website (opens in a new window)Royal Manor Art College were the first organisation to get involved with Pop Up Dorset 2012. They provided a postal address and supplied some of the display equipment.

Design Now logoDesign Now has designed and built our website and is providing continued graphic design services to support Pop Up Dorset.

South West Artwork logoSouth West Artwork are supporters of Pop Up Dorset in promoting the local talent of Dorset.

CCT Logo - click to visit website

The Churches Conservation Trust owns and manages the 2012 venue and supported Pop Up Dorset through promotional activities and venue hire.

Louis Knight Electrical Logo - click to visit website

Louis Knight Electrical provided lighting and expertise for Pop Up Dorset. He works on domestic, agricultural, industrial and commercial projects.

Combens Electrical logo

Combens Electrical has supplied Pop Up Dorset with a large screen for viewing our video installations.

Additional Thanks

Lots of people have helped out in little and slightly larger ways. Listed in no particular order:

Charles Hallsworth and Sarah Gilpin are both artists in the exhibition, who gave us a hand whilst we were setting up.

Andrew Curran spent many an hour chopping and painting and fixing wood during the set up.

Mechie for spending some of her annual leave looking after the exhibition whilst we are open.

Katy’s parents for helping setting up, hosting the opening cake ceremony and baking some of the cake.

Artists, Alice Blogg, Pascal Thebeau and Vicky Finding for baking cakes.

Jackson Gallery, Fortuneswell, advice, comment and coffee and cake.

The individuals on ‘Waste not Want not’ for the glass display case and the spinney card stands.

Al, down the road, for the use of his van.

All the companies and individuals who’ve distributed flyers for us.

Artist Hannah Scott for the use of her van.

Richard’s parents for the loan of various items that in themselves aren’t very interesting, but are very useful (i.e. things that are necessary, but are upsetting to go and buy because they are boring).

The Chapel Gallery, Gulval, Penzance for a chat that convinced us we should do this darn thing.

Alan Rodgers, for support and encouragement.

All the Twitterers who have supported us online.

The George pub, for having toilets close to the church.